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Glacier Necklace

Instructions. 1) Take 20" of Beading Wire, and thread on one Crimp Tube, and one half of the Toggle Clasp. Bring the wire around and back through the Crimp Tube. Slide the Crimp Tube close to the clasp and crimp it using your Crimping Pliers. Cut the excess wire using your Side Cutters.2) Start your beadwork. 1Swarovski Crystal Bicone (3mm/White Opal)1*Swarovski Crystal Pearl (6mm/Night Blue)1Swarovski C

Into the Blue

__kindeditor_temp_url__Instructions. 1) Take the chain and cut it down to two 4" lengths. Open the two Jump Rings and use these to attach one half of the Toggle Clasp to each of the lengths of chain. 2) Cut 3" off from the 21" of wire and make a wrapped loop on one end. Make sure to attach this loop to one of the free end links on one of the lengths of chain from the previous step. Finish wrapping your loop. Thread on a Czech Glass Navette and then make another wrapped loop on the other end of

Emerald Isle

Instructions. 1) Open one of the Jump Rings and use this to attach the Pendant to the center link on the 16" length of chain. Open two more Jump Rings and use these to attach the each end of the chain to each half of the Filigree Clasp. Make sure that all of the Jump Rings are closed securely. 2) Take the 15" length of wire and thread on a Crimp Tube. Take the wire through the same connector loop on the Filigree Clasp that you did for the jump ring in the previous step. Pull the wire so that th

Comfort in Nature

Instructions. 1) Take the 24" length of cording and thread the Pendant on. Don't do a Lark's Head, just thread it on. Now, with the four Coiled Ring Beads, slide these one at a time over the two cord ends. This might get a bit tricky only because the second cord going through the bead will want to fray if it gets hung up. You can't put two cords through at once (at least I wasn't able to) so I'd take the one cord through, and then wet the second cord end with some water and give it a twist. If

Oro

Instructions. 1) Take the length of wire and thread on one Crimp Tube and one half of the clasp. Take the wire around and back through the Crimp Tube. Pull so that the wire cinches up to the clasp, and crimp the tube closed with your Crimping Pliers. Cut the wire tail off with your Side Cutters. 2) Thread on one 7mm Wood Bead followed by a 2.5mm Gold Plated Bead. Repeat 11x.2) Thread on one 10mm Wood Bead followed by a 4mm Gold Plated Bead. Repeat 5x.3) Thread on one 16mm Wood Bead followed by

The Jewel in the Lotus

Instructions. 1) Open the 10mm Jump Ring with your Chain Nose and Round Nose pliers, slip on one of the 9" lengths of chain, the 3" length of chain and then the other 9" length of chain. Close the Jump Ring securely. 2) Open two of the 4mm Jump Ring and attach one half of the Toggle Clasp to each half of the 9" lengths of chain. Make sure these Jump Rings are closed securely. 3) Open the last 4mm Jump Ring and use this to attach thePendant to the 3" length of chain. Make sure this Jump Ri

Changing Seasons

Quantity of Items Needed 1 Swarovski 11x8mm Platinum Crystal Pearl (PR7230)11 Swarovski 8mm Platinum Crystal Pearls (PR8230)23 Swarovski 6x4mm Light Grey Opal Briolette Beads (SD6383)23 Silver Plated 3mm Round Beads (BD303)11 Silver Color 1.5" 21ga Eyepins (EP113)8" Silver Plated 3mm Chain (cut further down into 1" lengths) (CN745)1 Antique Silver Plated 3 Loop Connector (CN5061)1 Silver Color Torpedo Clasp (BC513)1 Silver Plated 5mm Corrugated Bead Cap (BC1030)Instructions. 1) Take one Eyepin

Cooling Waters

Instructions. 1) Close the pendant bail a bit by taking your Chain Nose Pliers and bending each of the bail arms in so that they're very close to one another instead of being splayed out. Slip the closed bail onto the pendant, and double check to make sure that the prongs on the bail aren't slipping out of the pendant. 2) Loosely twist the two silk ribbons around one another and then thread one of the ends of the twisted ribbon through the connected bail. Pull the ribbon through so that the pen

Spiraling Colors

Instructions. 1) Following the directions that come with the Coiling Gizmo, make three sets of coiled beads in three colors: gunmetal, purple, and blue. Use the 20ga black artistic wire when it's called for to coil the colored wire around while on the Coiling Gizmo. 2) Cut a length of wire about 5" from the 20ga black artistic wire spool. With your Round Nose pliers, place the tip of one end of the length of wire into the jaws of the pliers all the way back at the joint. Roll the wire around in

Radial Flare Necklace

Instructions. 1) Take the piece of paper and squeeze equal amounts from both tubes of epoxy out onto it. (You only really need about a dime size from each tube) Mix the two parts together with the toothpick until the mixture becomes slightly tacky. Load up the tip of the toothpick with some of the epoxy and place a couple of drops onto the inside of the Rivoli setting (again, less is more here. Don't slather so much epoxy onto the setting that it's oozing out everywhere when you go to set the s

Hope Necklace

Instructions. 1) Insert the 8mm mandrel into the body of the Jump Ring Maker. Take the 1' section of 20ga Silver Wire and make a section of 3-4 jump rings. Cut the wire spiral away from the Jump Ring Tool, and cut away individual jump rings from the spiral. 2) Take the 40" length of cording and the Hope Message Ring. Fold the cording in half, and then make a Lark's Head Knot around the Message Ring. 3) Open one of the Jump Rings that you made in step #1 with your Chain Nose and Round Nose Plier

Zen Necklace

Instructions. 1) Open the jump ring with your Chain Nose and Round Nose pliers. Slip on the Tagua Nut and the Leaf Charm. Close the jump ring. 2) Take the two lengths of leather cording and attach a Fold Over Connector to the end of each length. Open a Split Ring by using your Split Ring pliers to gently hold the wire of the Split Ring far enough to slip the connector loop of the two attach Fold Over connector onto it. Before letting go of the Split Ring pliers, slip on one half of the clasp. T

Heart Pendant Necklace

1) Thread the bali headpin through the hole in the heart. 2) Bend the head pin straight up 90 degrees and then make another bend of 45 degrees approximately a half of an inch (or more) from the first bend angling the headpin down towards the decorative end of the headpin thereby creating a V shape. 3) Bend the wire to the head pin down and around the decorative part of the head pin wrapping it around as close to the base of the headpin as you can get. Form a simple loop and cut. 4) After making

Pewter Cross Necklace

Instructions. 1) Connect one end of the Ball Chain to one side of the Ball Chain Connector. Connect the other end of the chain to the other side of the connector. 2) Open the Jump Ring and attach to the connector loop on the Cross Pendant. To Finish. 3) Fold the Ball Chain in half and place the open Jump Ring between the two middle balls on the chain. Close the Jump Ring securely.

Steel Necklace

Instructions. 1) Take the 25" length of wire and thread on one crimp tube bead and the sterling silver connector. Take the wire around and back through the crimp tube bead and pull so that the crimp tube bead cinches up fairly close to the connector (leave a little room for movement). Crimp the crimp tube closed with your Crimping Pliers and remove any excess wire tails with your Side Cutters.2) Use the first indent in your Crimping Pliers to close a Crimp CoverBead around the crimped tub

Yuma Necklace

Instructions.1) Cut 5" from the 15" length and thread on one crimp bead and one end of the length of chain. Take the wire around and back through the crimp bead. Pull so that the crimp bead cinches to the last link on the chain. Crimp the bead closed with your Crimping Pliers. Cut off the excess wire with your sidecutters. 2) Thread on one of the turquoise nuggets, followed by a silver round bead. Repeat this pattern three more times. Thread on another turquoise nugget followed by a silver
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